If your still a student, I would fret so much. Your course studies are for more important right now. However, once you leave the world of Academia, you might have a problem if you still have yet to find what your interested in within this field and don't code.
I'm in a similar dilemma, I'm a senior finishing my B.S in Computer Science I don't code outside of my course work at the moment.
It really frustrates me right now to be studying AP Statistics and Geological Sciences with respect to weather than work on my personal projects.
I have a Game project I so desperately want to work on but I got to graduate as well. (I know why Marc Zuckerburg and Bill Gates Dropped out now).
If these things are what prevent you from coding, don't worry. But if Coding doesn't motivate you, drive you, and the urge to create something really cool to you doesn't kick in by the time you graduate, I think you might have a problem.